JADA – A1057515
Safe 11-23-2015 Manhattan Rescue: Magnificat Cat Rescue. Please honor your pledges: http://magnificatrescue.org/
**SAFE 11/23/15** JADA and sister SAVANNAH (who is not listed tonight) were DUMPED because their owner was too inconsiderate to find a new dwelling that was cat friendly! So now, 6 year old, SPAYED JADA may lose her life for it. She has been socialized around adults and children ages 5-11. But because she’s frightened in the shelter, her assessor feels EXPERIENCED pet parents are the way to go. She’s already been separated from her sister and lost the only home she’s lived in most of her life…don’t let her die too! Offer to FOSTER or ADOPT this girl and save a life!
My name is JADA. My Animal ID # is A1057515. – P
I am a spayed female calico domestic sh. The shelter thinks I am about 6 YEARS old.
I came in the shelter as a OWNER SUR on 11/11/2015 from NY 10470, owner surrender reason stated was MOVE2PRIVA. I came in with Group/Litter #K15-039061.
MOST RECENT MEDICAL INFORMATION AND WEIGHT
11/11/2015 Exam Type VACCINATE – Medical Rating is 1 – NORMAL , Behavior Rating is NONE, Weight 6.2 LBS.
Gave 0.6 ml pyrantel during exam. 1088
11/11/2015 PET PROFILE MEMO
11/11/15 10:26 BASIC INFO Jada and Savannah are 6 year old DSH cats and are sisters. Their owner got them when they were 2 months old from a previous owner who had found them. Their family is moving to a home that doesn’t allow pets and had to surrender them. SOCIALIZATION Jada is friendly/outgoing. They lived with a child ages 5-11 and were relaxed, affectionate, and tolerant with him. They play gently-exuberantly with adults and children. Jada and Savannah are relaxed and affectionate together. Jada sometimes swats at Savannah around their food and Savannah runs away. The cats play exuberantly together. They’ve never bit/scratched anyone. BEHAVIOR Jada and Savannah are nervous in the car. They don’t mind being brushed or woken up. They’re nervous when put into carriers. Jada is nervous while held. FOR A NEW FAMILY TO KNOW Jada and Savannah’s family describes them as friendly, affectionate, playful, talkative, and medium energy. They follow them around and sit in their laps. They like to play with balls and stuffed toys. They lived inside and slept on cat beds. They ate dry and wet Purina and Friskies food. They’re littertrained, used a hooded litterbox with clumping litter, and never had accidents. They scratch a vertical carpeted scratching post in addition to the couch. INTAKE Jada was tense and curled up in the bottom of her carrier with wide eyes. She allowed us to scan her (-) and she walked into her kennel. She curled up in the back in her litterbox. She allowed us to pick her up, collar her, position her for pictures, examine her, and vaccinate her. She remained tense and curled up. We brought her litterbox during part of her handling and she always chose to lie in it. She tucked her face against the inside of the box and often held her eyes squinty. We covered her with a towel when possible and she did not attempt to flee. She growled quietly while left alone under her towel twice in the cat room but never in the medical room and she never vocalized or resisted while we were handling her.
No Web Memo
11/14/2015 BEHAVIOR EVALUATION – EXPERIENCE
Exam Type BEHAVIOR
Jada is friendly/outgoing. They lived with a child ages 5-11 and were relaxed, affectionate, and tolerant with him. They play gently-exuberantly with adults and children. Jada and the other cat are relaxed and affectionate together. Jada sometimes swats at Savannah around their food and Savannah runs away. The cats play exuberantly together. Reaction to assessor: Jada looks tense in his cage when approached by the assessor. Reaction to door opening: Jada remains lying down, body flattened, tail held tightly to her body, alert with eyes wide open. Reaction to touch: Jada accepts the stroke then began to head-butt the assessor’s hand, but remains unsure and cautious with her surroundings. Placement determination: Experience Jada tolerates attention and petting but may be stressed in the shelter. We recommend that this cat go to a home with experienced cat parents.
GROUP BEHAVIOR EVALUATION
No Group Behavior Summary
11/11/2015 INITIAL PHYSICAL EXAM
Medical rating was 1 – NORMAL , behavior rating was NONE
Sex: Female, owner reported that pt is spayed but due to behavior, this could not be confirmed with palpation of spay scar Scan: Negative S: Hides face in litter box, growled occasionally prior to exam, was stressed and tense but allowed most handling O: QAR-H, BCS 5/9, MMs pink and moist EENT: No discharge OU, AU, nose. Very mild tartar and gingivitis. PLNs: Not enlarged. H/L: NSR, NMA. Tachypneic, quiet lung sounds. Abd: Tense, no masses palpated M/S/I: Amb x4. No lesions noted. UG: Female A: Very mild dental disease. Otherwise apparently healthy. Could not palpate spay scar but pt is reportedly spayed. Short-term prognosis: Excellent P: Gave 0.6 ml pyrantel during exam. 1088
CAME IN WITH:
SAVANNAH – A1057514 : http://nyccats.urgentpodr.org/savannah-a1057514/
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